Re: [Nautilus-list] [PATCH] for bugs 72931 and 74907

There is nothing inherently wrong with that. We will have a galeon view
that will provide the functionality. The question becomes do we want
nautilus to be a web browser. This obviously affects alot of ui
decisions. In my opinion if nautilus is going to be a web browser than
it should be a good one that rivals galeon. If not that we should try to
distinguish nautilus as a dedicated file browser similar to Mac Finder.
Both option have their advantages and disadvantages.  The worst thing we
could do would be to half-ass it and make a product that doesn't do one
or the other particularly well. 

Personally I would like nautilus to be more like mac finder, but thats
my opinion and doesn't hold much weigth i'll admit.


On Tue, 2002-04-30 at 17:26, Bill Haneman wrote:
> so... what's wrong with that?  seems to me then that the ideal solution
> going forward would be to fit the mozilla gecko engine back into it
> (after the moz gtk-2 port is complete) and let those users do what they
> like
> :-)
> -Bill

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